16 December 2014 at 9.58pm | 8 Comments
The relay featured a series of backstage films, including rehearsal footage and interviews with members of the cast and creative team.
If you missed the screening on the night, or just want to find out more about the production, here's another chance to see the films:
Creating Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
'When Chris said "I'm going to make a ballet out of this", I thought "You're insane, how could you make a ballet of this?!",' says designer Bob Crowley. 'It's a very complicated thing because it involves all sorts of illusions.'
'Sometimes creating a new ballet can be very difficult - a struggle even - but Alice really wasn't,' says Christopher Wheeldon of the ballet which had its premiere in 2011. 'We had a very good time putting it together'
Becoming the Queen of Hearts
'The Queen of Hearts is a combination of a lot of people - friends and people that I admire. It's an outrageous character that can go anywhere,' says Royal Ballet Principal Zenaida Yanowsky, who created the character in 2011.
'We decided that she'd be like a maniacal toy,' says Christopher Wheeldon.
Watch the cast and creative team discuss one of modern ballet's most memorable characters:
The Royal Opera House Cinema Season broadcasts performances to more than 1,300 cinemas in 30 countries around the world. Check the website to see if there's an encore of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland near you.
The next live relay of 2014/15 will be The Royal Opera's Andrea Chénier on 29 January 2015. Find your nearest cinema and sign up to our cinema mailing list.